Texas 1983 ballot measures
- All eleven of the measures were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.
- Ten of the measures were approved.
- One of the measures was defeated.
On the ballot
|Proposition 1||Local gov't||Authorizes fewer justices of the peace and constable precincts in counties with a population less than 30,000|
|Proposition 2||Property||Replaces the limitation on the value of an urban homestead with a size limitation|
|Proposition 3||Food & agri||Provides for the advancement of food and fiber production and marketing|
|Proposition 4||Admin of gov't||Provides for succession of office during enemy attack|
|Proposition 5||Bonds||Authorizes the use of the permanent school fund to guarantee bonds issued by school districts|
|Proposition 6||Marriage & family||Provides additional remedies to enforce child support payment|
|Proposition 7||Veterans||Issues bonds to finance the Veterans' Land Program and the Veterans' Housing Assistance Program|
|Proposition 8||Taxes||Exempts certain veterans and fraternal organizations from taxes|
|Proposition 9||Judiciary||Assigns judges of statutory probate courts to other statutory county courts|
|Proposition 10||Utilities||Expends public funds to relocate or replace sanitation sewer laterals on private property|
|Proposition 11||Admin of gov't||Changes Board of Pardons and Paroles to a statutory agency|